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2009 Stories by Angela Ashman

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  • SPAIN’S FINEST

    published September 29, 2009

    Reminiscing about the first time he worked with Penélope Cruz on 1997’s Live Flesh, the Spanish director Pedro... More >>

  • BOOGIE NIGHTS

    published September 29, 2009

    Forget everything you know about disco from Saturday Night Fever—tonight’s party for the launch of Vince Aletti’s new book... More >>

  • LOVE HURTS

    published September 29, 2009

    If you’re familiar with the works of the iconoclastic choreographer William Forsythe, you know he’s as far from conventional dance as... More >>

  • DRACULA’S FRIENDS

    published September 29, 2009

    Attention, all Twilight and True Blood fans: The world’s first vampire museum, the Museum of Vampyric Artifacts (MoVa), has... More >>

  • LOOK OUT, BROADWAY

    published September 22, 2009

    The fun of going to the New York Musical Theatre Festival, which opened Monday—besides all the shows, of course—is trying to... More >>

  • WHAT'S COOKIN'?

    published September 22, 2009

    Hey there, cool, artsy parents! Wanna know how you get your kids interested in avant-garde performance art? Start by taking them to The Kitchen... More >>

  • ODE TO FREE RENT

    published September 22, 2009

    After years of struggling to pay the bills at its Soho headquarters, the Poets House, a national poetry library and literary center, now... More >>

  • BICYCLE! BICYCLE!

    published September 15, 2009

    For the past two decades, David Byrne—artist, author, Talking Head, building player—has been exploring city streets, from... More >>

  • SEQUINED SMACKDOWN

    published September 15, 2009

    Ever seen burlesque dancers and midget wrestlers perform together in one ring? We'll guess you probably haven't—unless you've already been... More >>

  • GOOD BAR HUNTING

    published September 15, 2009

    Typically, we at the Voice don't like to travel farther for our beer than the Scratcher across the street, but we may have to make an... More >>

  • LAUGH LINES

    published September 15, 2009

    The second annual Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, which, naturally, started as a joke between Mirman and his friends, is the antithesis to... More >>

  • LET’S PAINT!

    published September 8, 2009

    On his cable-access TV show Let’s Paint TV, John Kilduff makes the average multitasker look like a slacker. A typical episode... More >>

  • NOW READ THIS

    published September 8, 2009

    Already a geek’s delight, the Brooklyn Book Festival will be even more so this year with the brand-new addition of the New York Comic... More >>

  • STRANGE BREW

    published September 8, 2009

    Questions that will be answered if you attend the NY Craft Beer Week: Where are the scariest dive bars in Brooklyn? What does a... More >>

  • LOUD AND PROUD

    published September 8, 2009

    Though the audience at Madonna’s recent Bucharest concert may have booed her for speaking out against the discrimination of Eastern... More >>

  • CALENDAR GIRLS

    published September 1, 2009

    You'll find much more than carnies and hot dogs if you head over to Coney Island today. The final day of the Coney Island Rockabilly... More >>

  • THE SOUND OF SILENCE

    published September 1, 2009

    The next time someone tells you that one of your ideas is impossible, just think of this bit of advice from the ultimate iconoclast John Cage: "If... More >>

  • CARTOON NETWORK

    published August 25, 2009

    Growing up, journalist Laurie Sandell loved hearing her Argentinian father's stories of winning war medals and rubbing elbows with famous people... More >>

  • SHEAR THING

    published August 25, 2009

    Of all his films, Tim Burton has often said that Edward Scissorhands is the one closest to his heart. Burton drew on his own childhood... More >>

  • DO THE HUSTLE

    published August 25, 2009

    At the end of writer-director Whit Stillman's 1998 film The Last Days of Disco, about the demise of disco in early-'80s Manhattan, yuppie... More >>

  • QUICK DRAW

    published August 18, 2009

    British street artist Jon Burgerman says he used to get into trouble with his teachers for doodling in class. Now, the self-described... More >>

  • FUNNY PEOPLE

    published August 18, 2009

    Some days, Wyatt Cenac is out exploring race relations as a buttoned-down correspondent on The Daily Show. Other days, he’s... More >>

  • HARD BEAUTY

    published August 18, 2009

    “I think, for my type of personality, I might have been better as a male,” author Mary Gaitskill told The Believer earlier... More >>

  • THE HIGH LIFE

    published August 11, 2009

    If you saw Pineapple Express in a movie theater, you may have felt as if something (cough, cough) was missing. Yes, smoking may be strictly... More >>

  • FINE 'TOONING

    published August 11, 2009

    From the foreplay robot 4-Playo to Jesus' evil half-brother, Pagus, to the money-loving boy band Boybank, cartoonist Michael Kupperman has... More >>

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